The Kansas City Council passed two resolutions on May 24 to give itself a more direct role in fixing the troubled American Jazz Museum in the 18th & Vine District. One council member accused his colleagues of bad faith.
The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry released a report outlining a concerning look at the future of the Missouri economy. The solution the report offers is a series of new and expanded workforce development proposals to attract workers.
U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill on Thursday called for a federal investigation into what she called “potentially fraudulent practices” stemming from a $90 million billing scheme at a rural Missouri hospital.
The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce has honored Lead Bank as its 2018 Small Business of the Year and winner of the Mr. K Award, named after the late Ewing Marion Kauffman, founder of Marion Laboratories and former owner of the Kansas City Royals.
A Kansas City advisory board recommended a tax abatement for Three Light, a downtown apartment development planned for the Power & Light District, with some strings attached. The City Council would still need to sign off on the incentive.
AMC Entertainment became the world's largest theater chain by merging with U.S. rival Carmike and buying big European chains. A shareholder has sued, claiming "false and misleading" statements continue to hurt share prices.
Federal investigators say the autonomous Uber SUV that struck and killed an Arizona pedestrian in March spotted the woman about six seconds before hitting her but didn't stop automatically because emergency braking was disabled.
Indianapolis-based Milhaus Development is growing its footprint in Kansas City with a mixed-use project planned for the corner of 19th and Oak streets in the East Crossroads. The company also has projects near Crown Center and Troost Avenue.
One of Kansas City's largest employers, Cerner, may soon break into the Fortune 500. The North Kansas City-based health care tech company was just outside the list, which represents the largest companies in the U.S. based on revenue.
Tech start up Integrated Roadways of Kansas City is developing "smart pavement" technology that would make roads more than just something you drive on. Roads would become a platform for future mobility and safety applications.
A divided Supreme Court has ruled that businesses can prohibit their workers from banding together in disputes over pay and conditions in the workplace, a decision that affects an estimated 25 million non-unionized employees.
Scarlet is under construction at 421 Westport Road for a late summer opening. It will have a traditional bar upstairs, open daily from happy hour to close. The bottom level will be for bottle service and will feature a patio with fire pit.